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n e ite-es, in, then
,fr .ea eoan be
lehe , l hateon rather
s %t ar hitle tre of
wi dow utoppose
a9h s almote die
efem teenlatdve the
i Sitale f
abetrP mneannUtp,
aigndtinnd
40 yearo;: was found
0 ie Clamp street, of
oelv eftd, WM Mo"d dead at
Board of aeeoittnt
hrthe purpobne
bono ft ver t the meeting
n1aht. Pr aideet linlloch wOs in
 L bien wers.. wAhbridge,
ia p ilpriileges for haorf,
lin:of1ripeanostemers and, the
o haongbo iteld Mr. Prague introduced
lt~dtf. hlichiol 'oapted, that for a cer
o e al: nlinoe ofsteamers cunning
b ng t- only t he nsuntates of0
a reeivd from Ciransin, the
t iu'iesttcachting'or the estnalich
a ulc ol intt;-lviinity; and an a
Altf thny proceedings a resolution
ad utlnrryivig t ~isret of ground
Ible vliaga, fonti and D'FAhdin
h i dlitdx~i:a",thlej edno buitable for a
in! or iihe opening of: npoublic sqoare
perguvoltelle. Qlohhnwe and Uioon
dliii been.i revlontly prenented to
oaen referred to in petltion receired
'orntnll~theowprof the property,
mach to
pa'mtt.fO W rOtrrO
rfrioh.dr. `Elaeren end others,
kii oeOeton of railroad priviletes,
.ekil ;: tlahho arterell rg~hto of the
dýil .Clonanoywenreadondin cnn
t r tcommittee
As and 00iidingO, Int thebjoiued
rTwih panned ototlreadigo Onglsai
Tht the controller be and he is
aedtoBelltt btbh lahest bidder,
q 1:' hl n otic, is he efonl journal,
piieefr twelty, eiii afor the right of
ttralro uthefollowingstreets,
A in ommeteinog at Canal street,
n e neutral - round of Basin to
Iotg hi tog llvletDer
h ~that point' with a double truck,
ohle se to Carrollton avenue;
with. a 'ouhble.eek, threugh Oarrollton
Sto t Metarie ruoad, down Metnirie road
anB o toh wn Beyou St. John to epoint
$ esp:aelan jn';inenrnie5 to begin
a ge~track atlhe interseotlan of dienvlllo
y, througbDerhgy toCostomhouse
yoo : through (stomthouse to Basin
ene ruh teneutral ground on
pont Canal street, with a
S t hatpoint en ecessaryturnouts
'rt: sldt' thete tdob' anddepot. The
ortohe d to hbe hor4ornale power, and
adstoe oed the tranportation of
id psseaaog~era.*be} pmrhasers bind
elec t pll ejhet to b~e incurred by
or lntepg ef iattor avenue, or
ivetsproperty through which they obtain
a dt ey; Th ei ork to bet per
hht he eines nd epenicatono
>~~~b net otu i e-ne 1
ee GrenoRfrom Mr. George i
S pInlaem asedthe cretaryo
Sa an letter, whih Mr. oHigin- 1
Sied tety dollar hill :
:wOnpee ldh Norember, oSi.
nour kuownkindoeos and honevo
pey ,butogive l3your generous influencee
oh f pt!tia,'hih ill be to-Ed lit bC
1dOt Geo.tRauscklolt, proy
0pisio oc e~butldn n twva-story
hitc0e ,nD y wihhhoneottng land
oped bT the streel' coniatatne r en
coau 'almay asntusiote,
.. ~Q n:-· "ooona8rsooLL."
.ýittln weorejeojtek end ahi dnoiioa of
talon, t~le olnclire of twouty dol
rdedCto; bgIven .tlo`a dhoI itt inoti
.of property ownetalta the violnity
g 'tbneeapblo of tr. MConnell, osClio
IesotegeantDryes streeteas a
oa ;n no on set life Mloore, referred
uste on'el oburd #ihenhth.
nin g ftle merket for the ensnuog year
4tipntrodo 2d y br Paeileythat the
i Iof th tale be rabveoeedtn pay
gand' ofeednten to the oily, paeoed
s01 toptledb~1r. tsleyteieprivi.
stbe.ll Dsletrlt Berry for ton
A, lo t ary next, wee ordered to
M otp to: excuse pollee offioers
e rders enfrlufr the aaroiee of
vrog rom eg the pelitce nt
- ftom the Ustr tecommittee,
e uthtlnajoolninaituue by tho
o thiot doestbthe mutter.
eeon seanthere byunti
- i n iase 'having thi
- enas, ld, en teon of
t*6e was dietherged
t4diage ~tldrbngh
a henxttod a very
w - yallite e nitstta ut
t intb~vtTtlo ene otlttiedby
tha of thoe goaeptit
i n Love street, frem
lt4iln'frahelllog on Orleans
party holders
enne tu~ehey had
t0 apreote
opefty was not
th g qot .1oa nch and
a1iood for failure to
vt' oo Otanordered to
s o i of sanos Mctauly, for
ok ttia htooti and eleventh
d otnpbrfo qct Ordered
" elk t 6 fog; golning thLe public
acid n a oloh g boon par
n thre coal cc
C >ýSth6 ity ui bat nt ueng satia
V t tion of the cotract for
99n R tO f fqe tirdward.
CoO.
ttlrh~o~yoiao~itidO otrect.
kbI4 ro for the shelling
O- c Voiope and Race
t otetrootfor building
o t. John, at Tote
.oi Pr(l ldk by Mr. Bonit
Lo ighe wajy throughx certain
9Q melting commutni
cor Wecity and
ont of a
pti fa~o~ti opoo
t i botit
ii~ Chts.atctloo of
i o 00fr t Giy ialioad
dato commtnrittee on
ortd 1ff. Ptabo tupo
-' tnis soctte, btow iot
hnoth sai ofee,
qty - t afrtan rght O
brJa e'tedasnrdepartment, reported
that fueu to, agliel of three days
theCo tllhee had been unabloe to find sn
eflt' groeu l fifr impeaching Recorder Vetm.rd.
cThe committee said they found that the mstes
g len had been collected by the clerke g
of the recorder. The committee did not.
deem the'recorder entirely free of culpability,
buthisN espensibillty was not of a sort to jostify
impeachment The report of the committeef was
received and it was discharged from the further
consTderation of the subject.
The ordinance deslning pound limits was then
taken up, amended and passed.
The board is to meet again on Saturoday evening
next to consider the tax and license, and slaught
er-hone ord.tlnanceas.
The Courts.
FIRST DISTRICT COURT.
In this court yesterday, Judge Abell presiding,
the following proceedings were had:
Henry Senteno and George Bradley, accused of
the larceny of about forty dollars worth of cutlery
and hardware, from the store of Eugene HRker,
No. 178 Orleans street, in June last. were tr
ra ed. Senteno pleaded guilty, and Bradley not
In the cane of Thomas Molloy, informed agaiost
for an assault and battery on the person of Timo
thy White, on motion of the district attorney a
nolle prosequi wasentered.
John Smith, informed against for the larceny of
sixty-two dollars from John J. Brown, was tried
Sand acquitted.
f AnaO'Brien, tried for the larceny of one hun
dred dollars' worth of plate, from the residence of
I Mre Thomas A. Adams, corner of Fourth and Pry
tania streets, was found guilty, with a recommen
dation to the mercy of the curt. The prisoner
was detected in the act of taking thie property out
of the house, in a basket, covered with a table
t cloth.
Willinm Walker, a negro, prosecuted for steal
ing a keg of batter from the grocery store of Mrs.
SF. New, on the corner of Fourth and Rousseau
streets, was convicted.
Jean B. Pambrom was found guilty of stealing
two silver watches from Jean Ahadie.
In the case of William Green, charged with
I stealing jewelry-nnd wearing apparel of thie vahle.
of sixteen dollars from Jnames 11. Moouey, a nolle
eprosqui was entered, the witnesses having left
I the city.
,John Alexander and Phillip Valmon were found
guilty of stealing a iece of blue flannel from the
edry goods shop of John aTsh, No. 305 Tcleupi
toulas street.
John Guilford, tried for the larceny of one hung
adred and thirty dollars currency and a promissory
I note for five hundred dloara from the residence of
e Irs. Win. S. Bassett, No. 349 St. Charles street,
a was acquitted. The accused, who is a locksmith,
was engaged by Mrs. Bassett to repair a lock in
her room. Site had the money and note in a bn
Sreau drawer in the aprltment. While he w-esin
a the house she was absent part of tite time, and
I upon her return, after hie had left, she missed tihe
property. Her spposifios being tlhat he iod
opened the bureau drawer with a false key, site
preferred the charge against him. He proved
d previous god charactlr.
The prosecution against Frank A. Harveyo and
VD. L. McFarland, for obtaiing money by false
pretenses, was dismissed, the district attorney c
e serving that tihe testimony.taken before tite re
corder did notsllow the elightest degree of crirmi
nality. The statement of the ptroseutor, 1. D.
d Miller, was that they borrowed two thousand dol.
i- lars from him by representing that they had
started business on a capital of two thousand dol
is Inars, sdvnriced by Mr. Harvey's mother, and that
r, their business was flourilshing. They gave Ihim
I, their note for the sum. He Ihad known Mlr. MI
af Farland about three years and Mr. Harvey about
0, one year. The note was not paid and the charge
of false pretenses was based upon the allegatillo
i, that, ofter the protest of the notes, both the an
to rased told Mr. Miller they lhad commenced bousi
- ness on a capital of nine hundred dollar--had he
, uknown which, he averred, he would not have
ttloaned them the money he did.
RECORDERS' COnURTS.
FIss. DnISRICT.-Charles Hamilton, James
Carey and Prank Mulvey were examined yester
day, on a charge of hitting a negro named Joe
Alexander, with some missiles, which Joe thought
felt about as hard as bricks, splitting his ear. He
did not know which of thie tsree struck hinm.
Carey was discharged, hlaving no part is the aflhir,
and Hamilton and Mulvey were ftind tes dollars
each fordisturbing the peace, and were required
Io give bonds for the future.
An accusation against the same parties, of as
aulting a.negro named Isaac Smith, with intent
Io kill.
Henry Morris, alias H. MeGinnis, was arraigned
on a charge of attempting to obtain propelrty by
false pretenses. The complaint is lodged by L.
B. Wakeman, No. 273 Julia street, whose .tver
ments are that Mlorris, representing himself to be
the mate of the steamboat Orleans, sought to ,
hire from him, for the use of the steamer, a tar
palina valued at $100. Capt. Porter, the co n
amnder of the steamer, informed Mr. Wakeman
that Morris was an imposter, who had notling to I
dowith the boat, and, doubtless, intended to steal
the tarpaulin, and Mr. Wakeman had him ar
nested. It is doubtful, however, if there is any
law to reach the case. The examination wasfixed
fur the 20th.
Hugh MIorris was arraigned on a charge of
attompting to violate tle person of a eoiored
womas, named Maria Jordan. Site is a nlstewardess
or chalmbermaid on the. ship Ilaplsthamrock, on
vwhich Morris was emptloyed as wertl,thman, anlt
dtie alleges that he entered her room in tilhe ship
when she was in bed, on Wednesday night, and toe
then and there committed the assault. The case
is set for the 22d.
Alexander Lewis and Eds.trd Alexander, negro
vagrants, found in the office of Mr. S. iambetger,
No. 11 Carondelet street, under suspiliousOircunl
stanues; Win. Snow, a vagrant, aend Minnie Clif
ford, found drunk and behaving indecently on
iace street, were sentenced to the Workhouse for
six months.
Robert Wist, a negro, for disturbing the pence
on thle levee, was fSned $5.
Pat Donohoe, Henry Smith and Henry Stra
meyer, for fighting it Dryades smarket were hined,
Donohoe $5, and the others $2} each.
William Laughlin, Hugh Short, Jack Staley,
John uin Quinn and Tomas Cahil, for druhnenuess,
were fined $24 oati,.
SECOND DlsTIoT.-There were no fixed cases or
indeed any of much interest to-day. Charles
Cameron was fined $15 far dischraing sis revolver
in the pbhio streets, James Stantos was fined 05
for sleeping upon the levee.
Hugh Kiern was fined $10 for being unable to
take care of himself and carriage. Maria Louise,
colored, was fined $10 for ieesult and abuseno ; also
A. McVaugh for disturbing the peace upon Marais
street.
Taint DISrnI..--The cases of MPrs. Bartlrgera
and John-tobinson, charged with violation of city
ordinanee, No. $03, were continued; also that of
James Roemal, charged with assault and battery.
John Miltrure, charged with ill treatment by his
wife, was dismissed. George Highlon was fined
$10 for being drank anddisorderly. Jack Powers,
an old tar, drank too hreely last night, which
caused his ship to "run aground" on fMoreau
street. Ho was "ltowed o"' by a policeman and
brought in "a safe port"--thle boose. ie
'{oleared" again this morning with a reprimand.
An editor in Illinois, says ass exchnge, recently
saw a patent clothes washer. It was in the shape
of a wheelbarrow. The revolutions of the wheel
pat in motion a crank that moved a plunger that
pounded the clothes. The body of the box was
mounted where the load is In tihe wheelbarrow.
On the top of the box was a wringer. A lady can
put her clothes it her machine, pick it up and go
out calling, the longer hIer list of i'riends tihe further
she will have to wheel her'burden, and the better
her clothes will be washed. Ca ling will then be
come of some used,'and an eternal gad-about
will become a flrst-rate washerwoman.
Carine nteItigence.
Oas5aMs Orr m No. 2t CAIrP STar,
Frld.y, November 16, 81.
oleared Yesterday.
Steamship Clinton, Farwell, for Galveston,
I C Harris
Steamship Alliance, Staple, for Vera Crui,
* Perkins & Ilersey
Steamer Sarah, Henthorn, for Mobile. Master
Steamer Countess; Green, for Wetulmpka, Master
Arrived Yesterday.
Bark Alcyone, Patrilgc, 18 dlys from New York,
to GA Posdiok-3sd district l4
Schr Walter 'fThorndyko, Cobbs, 18 days from
Rookland, Maine, to Thorndyke & Norton
let district 34
Sour Cora, Fanria, from Pensacola, to master
st4A1oOAe5.
Henry Ames, Crawford, from Louisville.
Gen J A Quitman, White, from Vicksburg.
David White, Crane, from Louisville.
Nina Simmee, Greathouse. from Bayou Sara.
Idahoe, MtoLaughli, from Ouacmita River.
Lizzie Tate, Lee, from Shreveport.
Alone, Parenton, from Tlibodaux.
New Era, Anoeoin, from Thlibodaux.
J M Sharp, Dugas, from Donaldsonvlle.
A G Brown, Stewerd, from Fort Jackson.
Waloon, Davant, from Upper Coast.
George, CraokS, from Shreveport.
Live )ak, Bassett, frtomn Buras Settlement,
Mary, Myera, from Mobile-P R1,
Memoranda. be
By a dispstch to Wm Creevy, agent of the Star 18
Line, we learn.that thle steamsnhip Mariposa, Capt ]
Quick, from New York, 7fi lnst, crossed the banr do
eosterday at 2:30 1' M. Also, that tile steamship 11
Missouri, outward bound, crossed yesterday at se
0:30 A M.
Expoerts Yesterday. o
GAL.VESTON-Steamship Clinton--3iO bbls of
floor 100 do molasses 200 rolls bagging 2000 sks of CI
corn and sundry mdse
VEi A CRUZ--g5teamship Allieanee-4-17 )ale; n
cotton 1LS teas lrd , tao hams 237 bbls potatoes 2 2l
bbls flour and sundries ht
WETUMPrKA--Slesmer Countess--1 os lard t 313
cesks bacon 10 bbls whisky 5 hhds sugar 16 bbls of 0
molasses 21
MOBILE--Steamer Sarah--ll hhdo sugar 8 Ibls
whisky and sundries
Imports Yesterday.
BREMEN-Ship. Columbia-4d47 bars iron 10
bdls do hlark, Stauffer &co-1 case mdse C Wtein
gart--4 do J C Wendworth-- do 1 csk do George 1
Merz--2 mill stones Dormn & Brono-50 caskst of o
herrigs 5 asks mdse 4 cases cheese h 0 Durve- B
2 cases mdso 31 Reiman-- do Thiele, Seiler A&c
1 do L F Brge--2 do 3 csks mdse 26 esks wine to B
dro[urmy, Luling &co-2 do P Vrceht-2 do 341 S
bskts bottles 3;)43 demijohns and 1 cases mde to I
O T Buddebko-J 5 do Cramer &co--2 E F Mioton
I do H Wreriy--E 2 cases weine J Duntzo
MOBIIE-Steamor SMory--51 bales cotton to H
McColi--28 do Stevenson r & iay-- Dennis & Lew
is-5 Kern & Shearer- H VWare & lIreo-3 do to
Violett, Black &co--sundries to order-Total 97
bales cotton
ROCKLAND, Matins-Sce r nW H Thorndyke-
1500 ocsas time Thlorodyke 9 Norton t
PORs-TLAND--Bark R C Cerryman-300 bales
Sha 1501 hbls e0otatoes to order
I'ENSACO --Schr Cora--Iot lunmber to order
NEW YORKi--Barkl Alcyone--Astd mdse
Consig'nee·.
Per birik lcyone, frnom New York-A Annan-
Artther, Stone &co--J Adams tco--Gee Bisclrop
BIyr ue Vane c o-- J rBuck co--Blolck :Sit
to --F Bauerr--Boato Smith Dmolenn--E Conery
Sco--J 11 Cr.ter-A- Clpsdry--Kearov, Blois &e:o
J Hngsue-D 1 Keihanl &eo--N Lidop-C II Mlle Icr
Sco---1 J tfllern Aco---W , .0 McCracken-No-o
Slman & i eisn---F C Panoir - ico--Pcik Brios-
Robertso-- C C Sadlpson--S 31 Todl &eo--: sr'
i Sizer-- L ter-\Vabster i co-n- C Weiliir o-
,Carmichel & V rizard----lDcso, Adoris & Gall---
" reer--0i b les hy as l---ii, oe, rh ,'cc.l-
G A Fostick-A 1) CGrief-Ceioi30 i 1yrnocs- l E
tlen-J 7O sh - J J tairety e-i- I pleens CBo
K ent Thoonne o Csrter----;V lvon be-- Me
SCoard--J S tamnsPell &co----i B Ne-iwman &co -C
taymeon- el orisln--V OchmiiiJeh--1t l h
mnde-PothoDi'& Ki7igt--M Wl Smrith--fate &:o
SScevens ' onolourw--Whelock, ir lay & Ball-
SWalton 1 Ddeso de-S- V rras Cos-oroder
Igreettles. of Pro.tsse Yesterdr.y
LOUISV ILLE-Ste-mcr reiry Arr esra--10f bb!s
Spotates 311 h3 bles heay 00 hend calbrge to Kingr
Bros-- crates cabbage G Fergeusn-2I do S lh dii
i o110 h ead d, 50 bbl:i potatoes to JE W Benton
150n! empty bbIh Stoner & Tourner--93 bls of iion
I C W \ails--:10 pSea mdae (roves & CA urcht-
15 btli onionsot II Somittteriile--3 do 19 skll sod 5
- res has C G Wayne-1O t tcs ham e s 1P5 blsei plni
tiwio, Norto; rco-- 5 do peasr to -WihderaaIi -
- Jenson-e-i css bacon Martir, Dolhonode & CoBtn
200 coils rope t0 htrs preserves 35 bs cheese to
SI C hLarris--3 iesr hbooks LSymonis,-Courtiney co
d 1 do S J G"Tetzel--5i bs dings J S 3lrunseln .ico
1- 20 plows H 4 Phelps &co--0il io 1 bx plow pdnts
it ISlark, LStanic-r &co--2 cases taeco Schiidt &
nZegler--13 har! bls tobrcci lIicltenstiric liee -
c2 do 20 bbls do 43 bxs do C D Brown--125 st -ks
it malterl & Ga r torner--5 bls oil N 0& llpeslonair
e Iilroad-I10 bbl s ae leiaggio co--50 hbils kce .1
r 202 bbls potatoesn 7 crilate crlablage 18 csls do ios
Grorve-300 bales hay Fairchild, Verhit efl& Dirg
,1- anm--4 kegs hutter 5 bbls eggs 1 bhils benis to
io rSchneider & Zbcrbieb r--r bbls apples 3 huCses
-o W ses oats 3 coops tlrkecys 3 i hogs V i hlead c- t
tie 7!) sheep J T( Bailey-2 bls ia iples J B aSri
son ico--i do 1 Fergnlsor-- bils bAtler P (G O
Riiiley--3 eops fol]s S D Bemmett--100 hbui flor
30 bhls apples Schneider & Znberbier-- 00 bis of
flour G G Campbell &ao--1 bble is We est & Net
e tleton--3 coops fowls 4 icos F Joseph--10 hbs
it mdse G P rDate--246 bhls flour Given, Watts o co
I100 bales cotton Bower & Garner--2 do A Bssdeyo
& Ago-1 do I K Walker eclo--2. Iides to Coiryen
Slayo--l0 coils rope Garrard & Craig--129 bh!s
Soapples 15 eoops feows 1t5 hogs rsli Krno--51 heogs
191 sheep O V Thorne--2 horses T P Roach--2 dl,
2 cows h .r Ioolre5 be s noiiec to J A\ Stecvie·- u
sundries to or-lcr-Total 193 1ales cot;on
1 VCKSBUlD C(-Steamer Gen J A Qltitmnut--5't
bales cotton H T Lonsdale--lll do I .illiBoin Cco
d117 Summeres & Bnranni.s--ll3 T HI J 3[ '.llent-
F 101 Given, Watts &co--97 Addyi H- [ &-lni-- 'i: ,
Jolhnson, Dcncgre & Pen--95 EIiliott A :Icifececr
93 H S Bukner--l Hogran & Patton--t,2 C t ,e
vericeh--l195 HuntA&3Iacaula--ii ; r Lew , t l:e -
gore & Ftest--5 Denonis & Lewis--i Payne, lan
tingtorn &co--k l Ober, Atwarter &co--0 S ii Ihen
nedy &co--n$ Winston, Molurd-i1n &o--5 Biritton,
tioore & Brgg--53 Cowes & Mayo---15 n i 1'!-er &
larrow--4 Greene, Oglesby &co -37 J \1 CLom
plin-lin R Pritchard-in 1 Etlin cio--3- 1 Purtnam.
Bros &co--30 E B Iimbai l &co--:i S I Ncwimat
7 &co--2t Aiken & Rainey--21 do Morgan. Long
Suey--24 W S Wheeler--2e ; Riicks, Hall r i enth-i
erly--23 Wood. Low s Ludwrigsi-i -22 i G .,ilin
son--19 Juo T Moore--ls Mci)orwcll i& Nugent-- t
I Uaris Ant.-eIS Thornhill & Richardeon-17
J L Lee co-- iS Meyer, Deitclh & r Wei--r 2 do to
- e Jirey a iibiairs--15 Wrihlrt, Allen &---iil itean.
AdaoniCs , (all=-14 to order--i Ar 5i tenlbergr'
l13 II 1 Ai ams--12 di Lacey, Tierry io--ll d tl-i
'C .t Ogiesby io--10 Tariil, lor!ior:li Aico--10
eJ R Puowell-I F J lierron--10 J C \Valsh--0 +.
1arrett & Le Sassier--.9 Giloum & iicvnolds-- 9 d.,
Martin & Blutts--7 Tihos I Scott &co-. do Coents
& l)irill--5 It iK Walkeir ccn-i Violiett, Blake.n
co--5 Butnler, Terry &co-- Williiams, Nies &ceO
f- 4 Symnm,.ls. Courhtl ey &c CO- i S IS Aby &eo--,L do
Sl S aitlrevitle-r-3 Garrard & Crbaig--: do IBeandle.
in Ming Ceo--t Iorrell, Gayle co--sundries to or
der-Total 2I;1i bialesi cotton
e LOUISVILLE-t --Steamer David Whie--l19 b-s
canrly 1) FergusonS0 btis nde E J ilHar &co--2
r- ibls oil 1 do putty 1 csk lread West-50 blis or
d, flor Martiriz i l'alaio--272 hlbs apples 20)i doi
tilne 1O0 bales hay 6 coops riieis E Tholnrr--eii
- &co--10 bbls eggs Selireider & Ziberliier--l or
i5 nbls beanis 1 half-bhl buttr J snlcuz--105 bbhs
vegetables 4 bhs cabbage Thos l(cell'e--l-s50 liihd
c rabbage 2 cratos do 2i2 bi-s potatoen 23 dno onr
-tnips Frircildi , Vcrholeisl l h Birghan--j0 hbl Iluota
er toes 200011 cabbager E W Bieton--1 Ihd tonlacco to
o ISBell, lInarris &c--7 haleos cotton 'Iuseoy &co--4l do
oGiven, Watts &co-9 do S I & T A Nelson &co
S13 do Walthall Aco--16 pklgs mdse to MIclrrlte &
° hApplegat--122 pkgs erntirg s Camt)mnii &co--t
s do J Charff & Bro--S2 dor Seymour, Yarbroulgh &
s co--170 do E B Hogau--10 cksr bacon Is tc lard
J 31 Vaught--rit,80 hoop-poles P G O'Rile--3dO
rn bhs storcs U S Quartermaster--4 ils apples to J
1M neca--ll mules 24 horses to iR W Filey--36SO
h ead hogs 70 read shecp 38 head cattle McQoiid,
3 Ilehle &co--sundries to order-Total 33 bales of
riy cotton
BAYOU SARA- Steamer Nina Simsmes- 12 bls
cotton S 11 Kennedy &co--12 Falls, Allison &co
22 J L Lee &co-7 H T Lonsdale-5 D West-5 do
McDonglg & West--6 Nallc, Day &co--2 Jurry &
Harris-8 It Pritchard--5 S Whited Aco--7 Flow
er & Maes-3 Hy Von Phul jr Aco-7 do Bruhn &
t\aldkirck-2 Clarke Aco--7 McLearo & Tarleton
7 Hogan & Patton-- F J Herroen-10 A LeBlane
4 Voisin & Drouet-2 Rosser, Prothro &co-1 do
Kahn, Adler &co-4 V Pessonu-9 A Miltenberger
&eo- HIoward, Prestons & Barrett--d4 E our
geois-12 Hewitt, Norton &co-21 do 1 sack do
to Ben Toledano S hhds sugar 5 bble molasses to
A Moulton-50 bblds molassces G Sabatier-25 to
Griffin & Porch-25 do Hy VolnPhul jr &co-12 do
P Maspero-10 do J W Burbridge &co-12 do 30
half-bbls do 13 hhds sugar to Roman & Olivier
sundries toorder-Total 230 bales cotton 21 hhds
sugar 139 bbls molasses 30 half-bbla do
OUACHITA RIVER--Steamer Idahoe-82 hales
cotton T 10 & J M Allen-70 do Jno T Hardie Aco
34 Willinms, Nixon Aco-44 Skipwilh A Cooway
41 F G Barrier &Aco--10 Thos MI Sott &co--33 do
I S IIarler co--30I J P Hliggis Aco--i27 Clinton
A liclhrds--l1 Warren, Craford Aco--7li do to
SJ HIerren--16 Jacob Barker--l 1 tJ 1 Urnlairt
1 Sptker & Sanldidgc--13 liyrne, Vance "Ace--13
Stewart, ityde Ac,-i3 Lmt S' IIals--13 do to
Martin, Hawthorn &co--11 Francke & Dlanneel
11 W Fellowes jr--10 Alcus. Scherck & Atuiy--9
Childers, Tarleton &co--- Wright, Allen &co--;
Battle & Noble--5 OP .lacson- 5 R 1L Wal-kr
5 Ieonis A ,toi-i--4 dt Ahliooni co.-4 rhorhiol 'il
Richardson--4 J 1'P IManieo o--3 Ar Miltceubcrger
3 Meyer, Deuteh A Weis--2 Voisin & Dronct-- to
i (Gilis A co-2 Cowern i& Mayo--2 11 iare lire
2 Iltdall &co--1l bale kins 1 le hides '2. lude,
.I M Johnston Aco--sundries to order-Total 61S
bales eetton
SHRIEVEPORT-Steamer Lizze TaIl---55 hales
cotton Iionligny & Esclapldi-5e d , \ aha iy
co-lJ3 l J Ilerron--32 J .V nrllri iiic ,i,--'.J d:)
22 J 1) Blair &co-2ti Seymour, Yarb on ait , o-
20 Jno Phelps &co--li Ar idtclnhl r -'li di to
Horrell, Ga yle &eo-12 Battle , Npblie lh) '", to
Spyker & Sandidge-8 J 1. lab & tro--7 t1 t;ili;
Aco--6 D IR Carroll &ceo-S- t Cildr., I,:" T e on ken
-I Johnson & Champlin--i4 Wood,, 1, '.. i vi.,
sen-- I*& P Eldridge-2 do I 'r',id J--2,
sohs seed cotton Botcigne & 1'L c:, o--cGi 1~,,ai l'
cattle T G Noel--S3 is 0ie Ia ei, C -lr ii ,--1
bale hides to Spyker a Saandt l.e.--2. ha pai r
stock Byrne, Vence &co-Tl' otar 0, ha c, ;uttel
28 sas seed cotton
THIIBODAUX--StOosmo Alone--39 l aln cs:,oo
Hy Tete- 35 do L 5,rando &co--li Jdo il;gin_ &eco
8 R.O Moorne8 J AI Walsh--I Jin W\dil t'' ;u, ut
L5 &LA P i.l'ri. ; I Adame &Io---2 A lilioten
bergecr &oo-3skt seed notion Cbutoro & Droilhot
1, do M Lefort--528 ek cotton seed 0 G Fairchild -
18 bbis molasses S Hee---I do W H Peters-20
do P H Foley--6 do 8 half-bb!s do P J Paovey cbo -
Sbbl rice H Stumborg--snndries to order-Total
122 bales cotton 47 sks seed cotton 68 bbls molas
es 8 bhalf-bbls do
TiIIBODAU.--Steamer New Era-39 bales of
cotton liv Tote-l-l do A BI Chorpeutier-- 6 do to
F DaoSilva--! 1 C Moore--I J I Adam s co--2 F
Cherot-2 1' J Pavey &co--4 0 Broussard--1 do S F
Hesse--2 Lopee Ferre--2 Blanochi & Giraod
10 hf-bolcs moss F Chrtcot-12 hids sugar S llesse
25 do 50 bbls molasses Clhas Kock &co-12 do 12
Ialf-bbls do P H I'o.y--36 bbls 'mnolasses fiy Tote
3613 sks cotton seed S ( Faircohild--200 do N York
Oil Co-239 do Bradhory A&o-1 bales moss 11 S
Miles-- bbls rice A 1 Itickman--50 empty bbls
Lapene & Ferre--sundries to order-Total 89 bls
cotton 37 hhds 0sugar 9 bblts molasses 16 hf do
DONtLDSONVILLE--Stelmer J M Sharp-7
bales cotton Elliott & Mekeover--7 Ben Toledano
5 1 Brogier-G- Connor & Seixas-- C .N Worthing
totn-3 Thomas & Foley-2 Blanchin & Giraod-2
do J I Adats &co--10 hihd sugar Chaos Kock &co
10 do 8 bbls molasses A Thibolt-30 bbls molAsos
o Broussard-18 do It Rrugier--1 P naspero--25
Ben Toledano--2 do Seale, Colomb &co-30 hf do
P it Foley--l bbls do 20 hhds sugar to Stewart,
Hyde &-o-1- 2 sks cotton seed R C Moore--40 do
S G Fairchild-25 do D Webster--9i hbds sugar 12
bbls molasses Romtn & Olivier--sundries to order
Total 3d1 bales cotton 49 hhods sugar 150 bblo mo
lasses 30 Ialf-bbls do
BUIAS SETTLEMENT--Stemoer Live Oak--10
sks seed cotton E A Witters &oe--I3 eko rice to
Pinard & Fallon--53 do J l \Viltinso. .:- . ks of
seed cotton C l0hn1-320 bils molasses Wmo Agar
Ort do 23 ht.s snar Jto P Waters-'- do E L Sloiff
hco--17 do 12 s los ntola-ses J A White-sundries
to order--Total 55 hilds sugar S3 bbls molasses 28
s1s seedl cotton
FOR1T JACIKSON--Steamer A G Brown--l12
ti. seed cotto 13 blori ce F Moartin--31 do I A1
tt0ers Io--o100 sos rice A I) Slvalt--tt 7 do to
J Dai l--3 sks seed cotton J Bt Morison &,co--7 do
J \ Norris ,:¢o-- do, to \Wiikinson c Rachel---47
sks bran C (otzv--33 do d SAohI1 --1 sks rice L
IF (n.ere-- 0 bbl molasses A Caliro--sundries to
or.: r
Cl'F"l COAST--S0ea1cr W1:loon--7 hales cot
ton ,1 I.a0eyrolier--- d0 to,.O ;,cli0--: sts otton
seeol o C;i:t:l--tl : do ('o,o 10.0vaut--soundrico
to urdlr--'0'oal 11 bales .ottoll
Noeelpt~ b0) Otailrontl.
N. O., 0. % G. W. I. P.N--7ov b5--5 b s
Scotton nutls, Cit;rtlh,': Jeo-G do It 00are--t
tort-2 . t A 0011nato--20 0 rou-saud--3 I0 1.1'd
ot5 F .T 1er 0-31 :0 [,.iittluocrGto to !7 t kt seed
cotto1 l td'rt, 0!-c0lo .--h0 d", tO " \,ttto-lot
oier--3 bale: c`orlt u . 11s7 ll to
detr--'o':al t 12 blao: c 7:.t --. scd cottoa I1
,I tlds sugar 15 bbls mla-"ses
STEAMSXIPS --- STE AmiSHIl'S.
O-ALVT £ON--FN DIA.NOLA.
FOR GALVLESToN. INDIANOLA AND LAVACA.
MORGAN LINLE UNITED STATES MAIL STEA.LSIIPS.
To sail on SATI-RDAY, h illo a.,t S p. l .
CABIN PASSAGE TO (ALS.TSON ................ S13.
Freight Io Galvest m takn at 11h:1' tO ~f card rates
SOOIE (DIALVENTON, INDIANOLA AND LA
J. vrac[e-The iuv.' ypreure ed asilewnuel etenmehip
. C. IH:lrri!.
J. B. LOCKWOOD, Commander.
\7ill l:,e as above, from foot of St. Joseph street, carr glo
t:lo Unit.l States Mails.
For freight or passage apply to
I. C. IIARI:IN, Acent.
FOP. GALVESTON.
ATLANTIC COAST MAIVL STEAhISIIIP COMPANY
First Cabin Passage ................................ ! 1.... 1 .
To sail on SATUED.AY, Noavembr 17, at i r. .
-FOR G..AL^VESTD .-TIIE NEW AND SPLENDID
side. ,hcei steamship
RnpIORtn,
W. E. EAT"N. .--':^d*r,
N 11 leave her whcrf, foo C of S7. J".,': treet,. . " .
For freight or paCIICeC i.1vxg 1 ',C.. I:... C .. :1 !; -
rili ,us, apply t
I ALD' L _MO I-lE.
THE BALTI1MORE AND [:AOANA to.-.iui )1M.
IEGULAEP SEMI-MONDT:ZLI LI :E.
Lavesoon 7EDNESDAY, No.S·eber I., at 5 r. x, pr,<osely.
1O7R nALTEIROB&1, VII . IAVANA
AND KEY WEST, ca:ryi the UnlRca b-atRs mDais.
THIIOU GH TICKETS TO EW - :R ...............CO
This LinecmP rlses t. l rowinq Grot.c! -, s'°nrn.sl in :
L';: 'E . t:v :.... ! ....·... -. It, ti :! .. ! m ,. ,or.
Thoe..'eumYipLI.el'rI will :C.1 ,,r Baltimore, vn IIanvna
Ci.n 11 1 , . .I .-c
L. iVr I BJt t a4 SL.
L ::ERPCoL SCTIERIB N STEIAMIII COAlPANY.
To Iatl on SATLRDAY, `,r. .,.
'IIOR LDVE IEPOO LIDIRELT-TIIE YO.ITE
toeas ip F Fire Queen.
TWILLIA:d.SOI, C -n.lman 'r,
Will !eave her vharf, t.oOt of J.ickson street, F[.::. h Di,-rict,
. SOBIICJ'JE, 11' AN' N '0.,
Cabin Passage, I 1I- Cl. 1100l . r le:.-.t 0 "11LI.
FOR, LI ERFUUL.
TO SAIL WITH DISPATCH.
FOR IIVERPOOL-THE STEATISIIIP
CPa.elae,
IOLGATE, Commander,
IIHving all of her cnrgo ei iagei, will have quick dispatch.
For pasiage apply to
SIBLEY, GUION & CO.,
46 Carondelet stret.
dV/o RP OO.a 1.a )ol-TllE Al FASTSAILINO
Bra sip lelurvi. B-ry mlaster is renady tore
eive cargu, +md will Lave disl,a'el FAr 'ra,vht a ,pl, to
J.F . LINGIIAE CO.,
&30,'arondelet street, t1
FUHI LOSIVEIDlOOTE1-TIIE FLIRi P-CLASS BRUIT
bil sh p I¢PIlle.I wI l, , tdOfil m.,ter h111"gpart of
her rlarg T u InLd I wi1 seil w inh dlnatch For LaOnAee of
flsghOppiyto BIBLEC, GULlSN t CO,
45 Caondo et ,treet.
lr _CO TO N.
OiLE', O1SION B CO.,
.il .llr.,,lll.lA Stre Lt.
TOWBOATS.
F. LINE.
C IONNOB D OF TIIE FOLLOWIN.O POWERFUL
nSIDE-WIEEL AND P'RO'PELLEgc L TOWBOATS:
.t-lhlle , Sidle-heol., C,.pI. B3WEVN,
NEW BOAT BCILDINO, Siadeohe,3' , LAPT. LANE.
NEW BOAT BUILDIN'. Side- w3 ;l, CAP'P. LOMBARD.
Eq.Ftttorl. , Propeller, CAP'. V ARRSEN.
Wll6nbh., Propeller, CAPT. AEILVILLE.
IlRep.Bli3, PropFller, CAT ,. STlR'TEVAST.
WIT. Ior, PrFoll. CA.P" . FALLETF.
Fppeeuttleh, Propeller, '?.kr SC 31333LL1NOUR.
ornoenIn, Propeller, '.,iAPP. COOSEY.
NcelItnne, PIropell ,' CAPT. AVERILL.
The Achilles Ia3 l I l;rae deck a :ppcity, is well adapted for
Sli;hte rinlg oullid', the Bar.
The W.t3b.s, Norman anild Relianlce hlvs powerful Steam
Iongiues, a," Ptlump, e 1pable of throwing, at lo:ot speed
4.) gal'.aus of water per minute.
I.o nmber land wcl .k .vnu power of thoe0 boats, demon
rtrAted last soeason, is a guarantee that no u nnecsury delay
al ieeuat the Bar.
Far tensr of 3to Ž33a , lighterapo or use of pumrs, applyto
ENDW. A. YORKS' & CO.,
83 `,o)dIra street.
STEAMSHIPS...STE AMSHIPS.
FOR NEWI YORK DIRCTO.
iOEW YORK MAIL STEA~ Hl0I~P F MPANT'S STAR A
LINE OF STIAMYSIIIFPS.
Forming a Regular Semi-Weekly hloo of Fluo Ocnn Steonm- IL
ahips.
FOR NEW YOITh -. DIIRECT--THE FINE
Thell Steamhsips
MORNING BTAR..... 25ltons...~Nelson, Commander. W
GUIDING BTAR......o260 tone....lerry, Commander.
MISISSIPPI..........2200ion .... Smmc r, ommander.
MERRIMACK.......2rM00 toce..,,Yansice, Commander.
IlAVANA........... ..01 tous....Wbitmai, Commllander.
MONTEREY..........14U tons....Edwards, Commonder.
MARIPOSA...........14IU tl in....Quickr, Commander.
rATANZAS...... .....1W00 to.11....-, Camomhn r.
NIJOROLRI. 1100 too...rlodsoo CRRRImmnndar.
The steamshipt o e macyk,
VANSICE. CommOrander, p
Will seave on SATURDAY, November 17it, at 7 A. ., from T
the Company's wherf, in front ol Jackson Square.
The steamship
QUICK, Coommancder,
Will leave on WEDNESDAY, November 21, at 7 .t R., from the
CompRany's Wharf, in front of Jackison Sqoares.
Frslghtwillbereesved by this Lino upon thebs Company's
Wharf, et ll times darig buseoas boours, Rad the rates for
freighbtandpdsagewll bI e" low a by any other regular
For freight or passage applyt ,
WILTLIAM CREED Y, at 7 A,
33 Caondelot Rtstol, NoR OlcRLes.
C. I. 1untI.iONl, PrscidenR,
F irstve (ar2 abin f'ars No. hork.
FOR NEW YORK.
BLACK STAR LINE OF STLAMSOIP. .
Toln SATRD E.VA, Nl17, at T o. 7.
IFO I NE"W POR l--Tll: SI.,DID STEA.l)
Will ieve a aoiluve friul hIrwr 11't ,,,a ,," of r'ni ,lcet,
S0cl1ld Y i0trie11.
OTOOWELL' N. 0. AND N. 0. bF'Y'E.bIF HI LINE.
T ci nroc1 I f,1 l, l ob ril , 00 7(
Ts6 olbovel
Fir- t .. C.............. .... O GO.,d0
. Forfreight or pal.ol apply to
ne . .... O T IlE F RI T E A,
FOR NW 11 110TO,
To ai on TI'l:lICA. l r .21 , i0 . 5.
"Iooll ir looooocodll.+hli
For frloieil or pa01gs aCply on iaod. or t..
.1.) 00.00, 0"rrl ""'n, NatC."· Ct.
APFLA>CII1COLA.
FOR PENSAOS LA AND APALAIHICOLEL I
T. ail on WEI DNFSDAY, Nov. 21, at . tr.
FOR PEtS-ACOLA Lnd dArIALACDIICUOIA
LIVpIN,;OTON, LO,1,01 I:ol .
s a !.age her wharf, from the foi t 4f 5s, Josepdh .litr, i"rt
1i01.OIt, a1 1 ,.Io,- -
For freight or passage, hEvlcg 'l::li r l 1Ir ilcmlirn , l,~,
1pplyou Loar l, or to OGE'). A. F(SDICK,
8i Camp ,treat, carner Natchez.
0 t E A. Yo 01 KE, '.d e
ROAD AND LItOi1AN LINE UI' S f',.1 iSll0,1.
rOss SAISINI PAN'1 DIOI OS1 1 IL
Alnabhtlmn
wi1 ! Fave a. abe,€,.
I dI tL .a OIIS -.L ':. I,,,,t .,L "It AtInI
al" a. on Sat', rd y. F-r i; , .l W y at 1B:L :',, at bl t't
. O. . R1
FORi BZAZS SINTIAGO.
MOROAN LINE U. S. MAIL STEA0!SIIPS,
Leaves on SATUIRDAY, Nov 17, a. ... ".
rOn IXRAZOS S E. ATID141-TILE IRON
uw-r1ssunre ide-wheel- teII nI hip
J. E. TRII'I', ComSlriLr,
Will 11 avo as above, from th, tbot of S1t. Joep0 trreLt, car
rylug the U. S. mails.
For freight or passge, having elegant rcn mmodntlons
1appl1to I. C. IARRIIS,
Corner Camp and ('rn mmn streete.
I&IO .DN17RallO.
FOR RIO JANEIRO-I-T SAIL T1iE 5r1 DECEMIBER,
lOSIIT I ELl'.
"l'oI RII .IA.l\.TIO O-T11E FFINE, FAST-SAI0L
u ing, AL 1ritih sLL:ch Frolrlte, -- ma1tar,
havlng part o i ht r cargo el n"ýd Ho1e II+ýengnrs,
Ibo lleao beIa oF t ihre l 1t 15 D e1 1r. ,1 1 ,l i i, rI :e;- I ;
after thllt date. F'r Lnltr lleO o:' fr,.iqht fir Ila. ý:r(,, Reiy st
a . 11. 0a 1 1 0 ,,l. O will O r, rear on
STEAMBOATS---STEAMBOATS ..
OPELOULSA.S.
Leaves on SATERDAY, 17th inst., at 12 H.
1oI0 OIIPELOUl.IAS-11E NEW. ,l11II' DRAFT
steamer blonen. GUS. . Lnnnillier lntMr, dohtl w.
Dar)y elnrk. wil leive for Opeliust-. , t,'a-hing t ,,. Fort
arr0 , LI0LI Bayou RoLI , Sn 1 nn.1 p, , 1 11,l ItE hll Oll
tILe LAtb.fl0 ya River ud B0.1Oul l ourtablaL 01s L 01ov1.
For frei tht or paasngeo aptlty ran board.
J. S. lAIID, .\av. Ag't, 2 Frout street.
I 1ve1 Evarly SA'URPDAYT, 111t5. 1
Fo1O OP EIO U1MAI,WASItII ITON,PORTBARRS,
' mnouth Bayou Roungeo, ud all intermediate Ianditgs On
Blayou C,lrtlllcu AiOtM lIIyI l 1i11islippi 1rrL--ThT
VI-mInU o1 i 51 5s
lno, ligit{-dnrught )aren er steamer ulhona) G. U.
master, J B. I chl cler alk, will IEnv, A 1 bove. Re.
turuini. will leveo W\'arhington every WISiDNE.DA¥ MIIRN.
N (jN at it"' o'o 'r al ltar attentionpll,. c cnmtt bUi.i
"". F.r freight o "" pssage apply en bo'rd, toot of St.
Louis street.
CARRIERE & LIIO aN.
Corner Bienville and 1 16 Li\c. sntruets.
VIRGrIlIVS V. DN'|TZFL. Aaicertisinig Agent.
Lencae I VEIR i 'V WiDiiiiXv . vi
7F1i17: 0FVlrUCT'is-il Ii iiV, i,0 llDRAFF
V,, n i r 'li iiii I'S r l1. ·, l cnr, M. K--li
irelght ar Fusantell, nlljli uu uou il. R1 3"
I t',C D INAIII.I 1 4 3 Did 1. .aa*:r'.
LAFO· [JULA{ .
RE(iiLAIICOiiiT AND 1lA ii '.FUG Lu ,U 11: li
L-- EVERY TGi~l D.". At l . x., alldiii Y
SlIn~uar .J I M SHAII R-A. 1 i1"ý;, 5 iiSlcr; JOS. DAL.
FOIL T71Y13U]ºG: fRJ tti' 1,P. P\TSP( n'1 I'1'
G` ilir. \nll"ýlr,ýl cill* D[A K'. AN ",iNI 11,", 1 51511 1 5 i:,tel 11-11 ti
1'un~t L.vni,lg9. " will le'r C IowllilIJ as IIIIIYL
froth[ an1i p1l5atllg rm I+,r Pni;CI II ..t palnvar ;:np7} 111 I'll ll.
J. S. ILI:1. i , F ýt~ln uit~tt~. t l, c rt
u.Snmea lTio.. so L'diSll liA, will tilo ..v' ?l liI I. IIt .
V {I:IriI'S C. DP, N't 'IF.T. Alýsl·;'tlin:) 1 -r
DOVl .r.,ani A I I.ii LR Grk
FULLD d'I· rb~dP S-LPI S-I ;91ilON fI ITI
1 'tha N. O)., ll. null I). r·nirlad. lt Brll~iieii ('itc
UY and SAT It D) t, nn- t11 t:1 r tl ill lh . ;;1,· t'.
-I" ", · Ir:ee New lbulii4 ec~p NS ~ltrS1", N \ToUl:.LShA
-nd 1"ItI DAI, il P. u,
lTho I. .... will --a~:(-·i hr~r Pnillndll- trip to St. M::tiv:llr
cilie. kur n w Mort u ppul,Iy' to
R. mx zi ER, Jr., 21 St. IL~lli stilat.
STEAIBOA TS---STEAMBOATB.
FOR MOBILE DIRECT.
MORGAN DAILY LINE U. 8, MAIL STEAMERS.
Freight taken at REDUCED I ATEQ, as per fIew taril.
beavos FRIDAY, Nov. 1phh, on the arri-- of ;ho r.'Nl.
i'ol alesrtralin Ratlr-ad "(Tain.
f Ol NIOLLiI.E 7iI iESLE-1IIE NEW IRON
low-preIGur alde-whsul l strelcr
JAS. IIOPKINS, ComLmander
Will leave as above, carrylng the U. M. MaIn.
For froight or passago apLly to i. . IIARRIS.
Uurner Iamp and 1Iomuon streets.
WATfEI-ING- PLACcEtS.
SEA SHORE LINE.
FALL ARRANGEMENT.
W ATERING PL.ACES-BAY ST. LOUIS, PASS
Christin, Misisslppl City, Biloxi and OLotm SpriIng and
I'"s_- ,ulA on SlatlIrdLaya .
The elegat and very fast low pressure steamer
COmeila.
GEORGE J. BLAKESLEY, Mastr,
Will hereafter eontLinuL he trips as followa:
TUESDAYS....9'eIock .I. LIontclhrtrain R. R. Trlal.
THlURSDAYTG, 9'lock A.. . .. .
SATIJRDAS, 4 o'clock r. r, ..
ReturniLug, will l1avo on
WEDNESDAY EVENING.
FRIDAY MORNING.
Tlhou nhbv tripe and departure wilt be regularly made, un
less prorented by bad weather or low water.
For further Intormatma apply to
COIIEN M. SORIA, 10 Caroudele stroet.
II EI IvVEI .
Fi 0 1 JRL E 1' i3A Ni D i Si l :1 II EI DT A H A0,
1 1cn. .'l. \tl t Nrico, ' Lt.i III LI,ý i:'rt, N\~ I 'L, ', IIi
bin', i' lIl ia l" . l,- I l lR ,"1! iiv 1r --' lie ,,,, ...,Ir
I 'kae:<t ('+Ji .,T. . 1'- t P i nt t. h~r ~i. s F'. t lid. bret cl ] , k. i
v n O R , Ihi c . 1 tI.:2x! I e; T , ,( II .1)': 11, 'it ,- , _t I.'
RE1, L I. nc I'.VV'`-E R I 'ACE RT.
L oLIIe II SATURDAiY/, aII 1 / ll, T
i JoHN r "S, I 'st 4.2 ,D, t
:lil rc,--The I·il? \!t , Ir t r Ir+'illt ii·; ht ,,, l
: I 1 ~to22 2 ',
1 1 5 112. . II I1P7, 'T, I;l'NS ,L \1, 'i rllS A
1Tij 11, , s . t 1 . '., I,, L , I
NEo1 IlL! A N , At 1SSS1Il"S AND,1 l.," 1e I Sir.
Lull l PlilS1 IIiET LAURlLN
1, e....es.vey TUESDAY, TIUI RSDAYY ,ul SATURDAY,,
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STiEAlIBOL TS---STEAMBIUATS.
ATLANTAI' A,7') II1Si:iS1t'11 H'l'sI.AMIIIIP COMPINY.
(ARIIYINO '.10E iNI'F'PD STATES MAILS.
O. VICYiII.-C..t, lIIMP'IIS, CAIRO AND
ST. L O`lI.
One of the followiog Inrst e. . p" Tlssenger O teamers WI.
avre .a aove ansd fur a. ll interln ldltt Inndings EVERY
EVENING at 5 o'clock, from the O.; E'paY's wohrf, foot o1.
Oraoier street:
Iulbh, 12105
W. I. Art100-, 16is O'laER,
Atlantle. Moebl, Able,
Julta, Coitinenital,
Lumitnary, Mary E. Foirs1Cg
J. C. S.,vn, Edwiard WIalsh.
The aboveboate have recently beoon thoroughly reItted, sad
are unequalled for speed and o.ltort by any float.
Pina of the cable A cnn be seen and stetaroome secured astth
omplan 's office, No. 104 Common street, oppoite City Hiotel
JOSEPH BLOWN, President.
JNO. p. DOIIigLAS, Agent. 101 coonNonl sotreet.
ATLANTIC AND MISS11 'PI STEAItSIIIP COMPANY.
Loev a.on FRIDAY. Nov,. Id, at PS r.
FORIL LT. LOUISN, 1CAIRO, IIENI'II1S, VICRS.
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